When African-American and Dominican photographer Mitch Zachary set a goal to take a photo a day to maintain his photographic focus, he settled into an endless stream of coffee dates, museum hangouts, and the occasional DM to subjects he was interested in shooting in whatever city he happened to be in at the time. From this project, he began to collect the stories and portraits of young people in places like Madrid, New York, Paris, and Berlin.
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Click through to see the cross-cultural beauty he's captured and read our interview with the photographer to see what he has to say about the cultural differences between cities, skate camps, and nuanced, authentic storytelling.
Photo: Marius in Paris by Mitch Zachary.